Let’s face it – a car accident is stressful. Vehicle damage, injuries, medical bills and insurance companies are just some of things that may involve your immediate attention. And if your injuries are severe enough and prohibit you from working, bills will certainly start and pile up.
With summer descending upon Southwest Florida, now is the perfect time for increased chances of hurricanes, rain, tropical depressions, flooding and hazardous road conditions of all types. As we look around Naples, FL, we can still see the effects of Hurricane Irma firsthand.
Whether your fishing, island hoping, pleasure cruising or out for sunset ride – boating is part of our community fabric in Naples, Florida. With it, however, comes a likely increased rise in boating accidents, injuries and sometimes death. Florida continues to lead the nation in boating accidents – a problem that is only intensified as summer approaches and temperatures rise.
The life of Steven Leonard, the only male cast member of the “Paradise Coast Wives” reality show, was tragically cut short in 2015 after he died in a fire that engulfed the historic Eagle Eye Building on Fifth Avenue South where he had an apartment.
Getting into a car accident is not something we plan for. In fact, most of assume that when we get into our vehicles, we’ll make it safely to our destination without issue. And for the most part – that is usually the case. However, situations arise and accidents can be an unfortunate consequence of those actions.
The Internet of Things tends to create buzz among tech-enthusiasts with the way by which it connects objects to objects, objects to people and people to people. This has impacted countless industries and changed the lives of billions, but how might you ask is technology affecting the auto insurance industry?
Jack was just trying to do the right thing when David and Diane approached him for a ride back to their car in his golf cart following the late end to an annual Senior PGA Tour event in Naples, Florida. The tournament was held at a golf club and community located about 20 minutes from downtown Naples.
While prior tournaments finished without incident, this particular tournament was plagued by rain delays. These delays led to a breakdown in adequate safety and security for the parking area. What happened next changed the lives of Jack and his passengers forever.
Just outside the Talis Park Golf Club in Naples, Florida, LPGA Assistant Golf Pro Kristin Popowski’s life was forever changed after she left work late last year. While waiting to make a legal left turn on a green signal, she proceeded into the intersection, waiting for oncoming traffic to clear. When the light turned yellow, she continued to wait while oncoming traffic slowed to a stop. As Kristin began to finally make her turn, that’s when it happened.
In the blink of an eye, she was t-boned by a car that drove into the intersection past another vehicle that had stopped for the light. This sent Kristin’s car crashing into another vehicle before coming to a rest. Kristin blacked out, her airbags deployed and her golf equipment was scattered out on to the road.
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